We can generate a range of BELBIN Team Roles reports using BELBIN e-interplace software.
Use these reports to understand the way you behave in teams and how you can work more effectively in those teams.
Your team members can learn more about each other and how to manage their own, and each other's strengths and weaknesses.
These can be explored in-person or as the basis of a team building workshop or a training program.
We own the software so we can process all reports in-house quickly and affordably. We can also maximise data confidentiality.
WHO & WHAT IS BELBIN?
A great team needs more than a collection of people with the right mix of technical skills!
The 9 BELBIN Team Roles are based upon the research of Dr R Meredith Belbin who found that the most effective teams contain a balance of these 9 roles.
He found that we each have our own Team Role Profile – our personal repertoire of (non-technical) Team Role strengths ranging from those that come quite naturally (our preferred roles) to those that are our least-preferred roles.
Teams where each member effectively projects their Team Role strengths at the right time can be much more effective!
This model can be applied as a useful tool in:
- Team development/ management
- Succession planning
- Work design/allocation
- Career development
For more information on how this model can be of use for you, Contact us.
DiSC is a simple to understand model with a range of easy to use instruments that can help you identify your own behavioural profile, or those of other members of your team.
This can be used by individuals (or teams) to:
Identify behavioural strengths (and potential weaknesses)
- Value other people’s different approaches, and
- Adapt communication and interaction strategies that can help you manage your dealings and potential conflicts with others more effectively.
DiSC tools aren’t just useful for team building.
They can also assist individuals in more effectively:
- Selling and consulting
- Providing customer service
- Managing personal learning
- Managing stress
- Leading individuals and groups
- Coaching staff
- Managing diversity
- Managing your time
- Managing the performance of others
For more information on how DiSC can be of use for you, Contact us.